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Nuclear Tourism

ID Number: 28303
Maker: Mariona Barkus
Technique: photocopy
Date Made: 2004
Place Made: United States: California, Los Angeles
Measurements: 43.18 cm x 27.94 cm; 17 in x 11 in
Main Subject: Ecology; Anti-Nuclear (Ecology)
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
discover America! "Take the highway that's the best!" Visit over 130 nuclear weapons waste sites in 31 states Handord, WA Rocky Flats, CO Los Alamos, NM Yucca Mtn, NV Oak Ridge, TN Savannah River, SC Weld Route U.S. Nuke Nuclear Tourism Weldon Springs, MO- You can now visit a cleaned-up nuclear weapons waste site here in what the U.S. Department of Energy hopes is just the first of many to be opened to tourist. Federal officials claim that the still radioactive waste is safe for the public to visit because it's entombed between thick layers of clay and rock. However, local activist say it's a propoganda ploy aimed at promoting public acceptance of nuclear waste as a normal part of our envireonment Illustrated history- No. 13 © 2004 by Mariona Barkus [hand writen signature]Mariona Barkus

Acquisition Number: 2004-214

Copyright Status:
Under copyright; used by CSPG with permission.

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